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The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Alternate Title:
Star
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Publication Date:
Frequency:
Daily (except Sunday)
daily
normalized irregular
Language:
English
Physical Description:
v. : ; 61 cm.

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556

Notes

Abstract:
The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).

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PROFESSIONAL CARDS OCALA OCCURRENCESP. DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CUREDby CHILDREN'S DAY

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R. D. FULLER Juuiuau ot Floral City, is in reach the diseased portion of the ear Exercises at the Baptist Church Vital BUQBtism

DENTIST town.F. There is only one way to cure deafness -

and that is by constitutional rem SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 24.
\ E. Harris has returned from
Office O,; Munroe & Chambliss Bank edies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed Prelude.
f Organ
Directed
by scientific of the mind is
Jacksonville. a training the power I use in curing my" ,

OCALA, FLA.J. condition of the mucous liningof Prayer. patients of all known diseases, without the use of drugs or surgical instru
Clifford Livingston has been the Eustachian Tube. When this Scripture Reading. ments.

quite ill for the past week. tube gets inflamed you have a rum- Song, "Joy to the World" CHRONIC DISEASES A SPECIALTY.
E. CHACE t
bling sound or imperfect hearing, and

DENTAL SURGEON Mrs. Henson of Rock Springs when it i is entirely closed deafness is Recitation, "Loving Words." Among the many diseases I am treating successfully are Rheumatism,

was in town today shopping. the result, and unless the inflammation Recitation, "The King's Mes- Constipation, Diarrhea, Pulmonary Troubles, Urethral Stricture, Piles, Malignant -

Office Upstairs Commercial Bank Bldg can be taken out and this tube restored sengers. Growths, Sexual Disorders, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Female Troubles, Dyspepsia -

Borated Talcum Powder; nicely to its normal condition, hearingwill Children's Song, "Little Blos- Impaired Memory, Deafness, Nervous Prostration, Morbid Fear of

Ocala, Fla. perfumed; 10 cts. a box. Tydings be destroyed forever; nine cases soms." Disease, Liquor Morphine and Tobacco Habits.

& Co. out of ten are caused by catarrh,
TERMS CASH which is nothing but an inflamed con- Recitation, "I Love the Sacred I AM A SPECIALIST IN KIDNEY TROUBLES.I .
R. F. Hyman Frank Block's Book."
,
dition of the mucous surfaces.We .
will make a reasonable price to cure any disease. Full pay it cured.
WONDERFUL (Unknown) Florida traveling agent, is in will give One Hundred Dollars Anthem, "Lost Chord" Sullivan.
Half pay if effectually relieved. No pay if no relief.
Poaso at J. H. Stilton's Seed Store, town. for any case of JI'afe: ; (caused by Recitation, "Thankfulness."

Ocala Florida. Mrs. Robert Bullock accom- catarrh) that cannot be cured by Recitation, "The Message" ALL DISEASES TREATED WITHOUT EXPOSURE.
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Send for circu-
panied the general to Jackson- Solo, "Ever Safe With God"Caxtor I teach others the art of Magnetic Healing. Price $10.00. Success guaranteed

OPEN ALL NIGHT lars, free.F. ; by W. M. Dale. or money refunded.
ville. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0. I ti
Recitation, "Signal Lights." It Is possible for me to treat all disease successfully by absent treatment.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
We have a night phone, number 73, Miss Gladys Chilldress has Recitation, "Cheerful Giver." Price of absent treatment, $1.00 per month, always in advance. For further
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
and render willing service at any hourof gone to Alabama to visit for the Reading, "Comfort." particulars call on or address me. Consultation free.

the night. Ask your physician to summer. Children's Song "Dropping Office over R. E. Yonge & Co.'s store. Hours, 8 to 11 a. m.; 1 to 2 p. m.
,
Weather Forecast for Central Florida
call UH. Garrett & Gerig,
Postoffice Drug Store. G. C. Stevens of New York, Pennies." GEO. P. E. HART i Healer.

Ocala and Atlanta, is in town on (Courtesy of Postmaster Groves) Recitation, The Heathen Magnetic

I) SHOES business. Jacksonville, June 23.-Showers tonight Child's Plea." cala. F a.

and Sunday. Moore. Reading "Flower "
Day.
Ladies', Misses', Children's, Gents' Mrs. Uamsby and little son

and Hoys' Shoos-a full linn at re- have gone to Canada to remain Anthem, "Lead Kindly Light"

nncod prices. M. Fishel. for the Rev. J. C. Porter left this Lorenz.
summer.
morning to fill hIS monthly appointment Address, by Mr. Gary. OCALA LUMBER CO

HATS The city streets and sidewalks at Wilhston, and, on Solo "Ninety and Nine" Cham-

The latest designs in Light Weight have been greatly damaged by Sunday morning, to join in the pion; by Miss Porter.

Felt Hats for gentlemen's summer the heavy rams. holy bonds of wedlock. Mr. J.M. Recitation, "Children's Day." Is at all times prepared to furnish} rough]

wear. M. Fishel.A Mr. Holder of Elliston, a brother Malphurs and Miss M. Reddick. Benediction. or planed lumber in any quantity desired

of Edward Holder of Ocala, Mr.Malphurs is the popular agentat

HISTORY OF FOUR YEARSA was in town yesterday.Mrs. Powell, Ga.. for the Atlantic, Backache should never be neglected.It INSIDE FINISHING A SPECIALTYIf
means kidney disorder which, if allowed -
file of the American Monthly Review Valdosta & Western railroad.
B. H. Seymour has been to run too long, may result inBright's in need of anything in our line, write to or call on us. Factory opposite
of Reviews, from August, 1896, After the the
quite ill for the past two weeks, wedding, couple disease, diabetes or other serious Plant System depot. Mill near Montague.OCALA .

to date. but i is better at this writing. will leave for Jacksonville on and often fatal complaints. Fo-
For sale cheap. Apply at this of
their wedding tour. ley's Kidney Cure makes the kidneys LUMBER COMPANY
fice. lIon. John G. Reardon has well. Take nothing else. AntiMonopoly -

been appointed curator for the John Clary, who lives two and Drugstore.A Telephone! 69 Ocala, Florida

late one-half miles south of town, reports -
estate of the A. Laurent.
S 4Y i a, i l r that his house sunk, into the new keg of salt mackerel opened

iiousfc to Kwit, Cottagfc t of 5 :a\ the iD>w McCarthy S ore.I !. "
4. ground yesterday after the heavy The '< RdAourEIMeAsRsK" RefrigeratorSOLID
neat and 10-
rooms; pleasantly Allvho suffer t from will be
J rain. He says the house is tilted, piles

Uf!R L(:(,"' '';,:jlif"',[ ; 1 I"/: ,[' ::1'1""+ III l I"" a -il", cated. Address, box :201, City.P. one end being ten feet in the I I glad to learn that DeWitt's Witch Hazel OAK GOLDEN OAK F1MSH With or Without Water Tank

1I7 r P. P., Pleasant Purgative I I.l II ground and the other on the sur I Salve will give them instant and With White Enameled Provision Cha.nber. With Nickeloid Provision Ch-imlirr. "-.
7 \\\1 I permanent relief. It will cure ecze- I With White Enameled Provision Chamber and TanL. With Nickeloid PnUibKin Chamber and Tank.
.I\ "PI' Pellets calomel. face.
{. ,\. 'l \ conJjWw 94- ; ma and all skin diseases.: Beware of
,. '7 iY Nothing i
'l" bettcffings & Co.
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r- r Annie Hair Tonic the counterfeits AntiMonopoly Drug-
Queen is ** "is i the only reo'I
"( 0 R d ADI-MAK&:
/1i11 :$ I Chas. W. White of Citra is in best preparation for cleaning the store. ? = : The frigerator that
"
--,' if\ \ \ town. Mr. White was chosen and the will keep food free from contamination. Fresh food
--- i scalp promoting growthof Room mouldings. R. A. Hall. cP ,
\ \ \ r ''I. will not taint nor spoil by absorbing the smell of
I assistant secretary of the state the hair. Now is the time
Fruit Jars in all sizes at the John :, odorous fruits and provisions, as imariably occurs
convention. for dandrulf. This tonic will
VERY CONSPICUOUSShoes McCarthy Store. with other so-called refrigerators.

Terkeeween Oil Liniment the keep the scalp clean and healthy. 1- Iii-i t :
are Tydings & Co. Men's and Boys' Crash Suits at : *SOKHni.rJ I p4CKCKf islnilltstrlctlyThe
best liniment earth jgjf&sold \
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always very conspicuous and it pays on Rheinauer & Co.'s. tlOlTtlilGOKOKU1)0n bcientificprinciples

to wear good shoes. It pays to have and guaranteed by Tydtngs C. W. Carson of Jacksonville is and consequently is a Scientific Preserver

your feet trimly dressed, if there is a & Co. under arrest for embezzlement of Fresh peaches:;, tomatoes and pineapples of Food. The circulation of air is so i>er..

hole in the inside of your glove. { at Troxler's.A ,i fectly arranged that odors are carriej off and out
He
$3S5 from the Clyde line.
Mrs.\ C. E. Absora and children
We sell a shoe at $2 which we think big line of hammocks just received -_:- and do not come in contact with the ice as in all
that line
was employed by as -
who have been Lake -
visiting at
excellent for ordinary purposes. We at Mclver & MacKay's. other Refrigerators. ;

have them in ladies' shoes, both high land for the past two.weekshave ticket agent.

and low, black and tan, and in gents'also. returned home. Fort Entire Wheat Flour in six-pound If you are in tit..J of: Itsfriifi ruliir, or if your A obi mitf ttnatif ictorv,tub and*ttof
Lostaturday on King "
VII't.x/ The"Odorless even ij yuri; Jo not rare lu buy ut>7>it will air-rttl you.
Calf or vici kid, lace or con steel-rimmed packages at the John McCarthy Store.

r(>ss. Give me a call at the old stand. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Shreiber avenue, a pair of IIAlTII"ED,,THE KEYSER MANUFACTURING CO., HATTMlOOGA,TEtIN.,
Fireworks for the Fourth of
with divided lenses. : July,
spectacles LARGEST EXCLUSIVE IAAKRS OF OAK REFRIGERATORS IN THE WORIS.
few of their friends
gave a an
G. A. Nash. .
Please leave this office. wholesale or retail, at T. W. Troxler's.Nall >
informal dance at their home at EAST FLORIDA\ FE iiivnniflTrinvf. (MlAM, (Ocala, Fla.GEXTS) \

Starvation never yet cured dyspepsia. Thursday night.T. The excessive rains of the past paper and papering. R. A. .-
Persons with indigestion are already hall -
few have washed out the
days
half starved. They need plentyof W. Troxler received some of
railroads in a number of places Go to the Montezuma Barbershopfor
wholesome food. Kodol Dyspepsia the new crop of grapes yester YONGE AND FRAS1ER
first class work. P. C. Davis
pro-
and traffic
delay greatly.
Cure digests-hat you eat so the body day. There were two kinds and
be nourished while the wornout lit ietor.
can both were very fine. Mrs. Clifford and little daughter ELECTRICAL AND BICYCLESUPPLIES

organs are being reconstructed. It is Mamie of Eustis are visiting Mosquito nets, ready to use, with or : I
the. only preparation known that will The best meal in the city for without frames, at )lcIrel'Iac- I
relieve and their daughter and sister, Mrs.R. I \ /
instantly completely{ cure \ ,
the money may be had at theLadies' Kay's. !
all stomach troubles. Try it if you 'Taylor. I \ All Kinds of Repair Work Defile.
.. are suffering from indigestion It will and Gents Restaurant, Sawdust delivered to any part of ( Promptly

certainly do you good. Anti-Monopoly next to McIver & McKay. Miss Sarah Frazier, daughterof the city at 50 cents per load. Seymour' r OLIVE, ORIENT, LITTLE JO

Drugstore. C. G. Frazier, has returned & Smith. Phone 23.;:) M AND KLPJN
Miss Annie Monroe and niece,
home from college for her vaca- JUVENILE WHEELS
stove wood cut to length for $1 per Miss Pollie Williams, have goneto Cycling has its ups and downs. After

two-horse load. Free delivery. Seymour Asheville, N. C., to spend the tion. the downs, use Banner Salve if Montezuma Block, Ocala, Florida.

& Smith. Phone 2 3.;; remainder of the summer. Mrs.J. Turberville of Live Oak, yo'i'rc: cut or bruised. It heals the pq

hurt quickly. Anti-Monopoly Drug- .
the visitto
was in city today on a
Ice chests and refrigerators any The choicest day board can be
store.
Mrs. G. F. Wil DR IOFFETI'SEETHIN Irritation Aids Digestion
style, size or price, at M elver & Mac- her cousin, & Allays ,
had for the least money at the
Kay's. liams. Fresh mullet and bottom fish everyday Regulates the Bowels,
Ladies' and Gents Restaurant, Tucker's stall r I Strengthens the Child,
oa ice at William ,
For two years Ira W. )Kelley, of next to Mclver & McKay's. Many of the phosphate mines No. S, city market. ,' ir I' Makes Teething fcuyTEETHINA -
Pa.is in health close down ty.'.( f Powders) Relieves the Bowel
Mansfield poor\ on have been forced to on s V Teething
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bird for Winter- S!t Troubles oi Children cf
dozen bottles of J
account of Kidney. trouble. lie consulted account of the excessive rains. Thirty-six '- +
Costs only>; 25 cents at Druggists, ANY AGE.
several physicians and spent merly of this city, but for the smith's Chill and Fever Tonic just received
Otmut.ceut9 to C.J. MOFFETT, M. D., ST. LOUIS. M0
Most the Marion
of
I considerable money for medicines past year residents of Havana, County at the Anti-Monopoly Drug-

without obtaining relief until he tried delegation returned today from store. Everybody uses Wintersmith's
Cuba, have gone to Kentucky to
Foley's Kidney Cure, and now writes, Jacksonville. Tonic for fevers. Pleasant to take.
reside.
"I desire to add testimony that it No cure. no pay. WM. BENU:
J. R. Moore-
may be the cause of aiding others." Miss MargaretBrooksville Stringer of County Surveyor
Fifty cents will stop your having
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. head has returned from a visit to
% after a pleasant chills and fever. You ask how? Because -

1 We have everything in the house:: visit of two weeks with Miss Jacksonville.Mr. it will buy one bottle of Gar- Bakery and Fancy GroceriesOCALA

furnishing line. Our goods are new Sarah Harrishas returned home, Peter McIntyre is makingan lett's Chill Tonic. Garrett & Gerig's

fashionable and well selected. McherMacKay. to the unfeigned regret of the excellent sidewalk around his Drugstoie.hy .

residence. FLA.
young. society people.Prescriptions .. poisoning, poison wounds and
Miss Zulu Jones of Kendrickhas
Men may differ on politics religionor r. all other accidental injuries may be
finance, but all who have tried( sent W our store been visiting friends in Ocala quickly cured by using DeWitt'.itch:

Banner Salve are agreed as to its are carefully comp unded from' this week. Hazel Salve. It is also a certain cure

worth for cuts, burns, sores, piles and : the purestVdruffs/by a skilled for piles and skin diseases. Take no The Bailey-Lebby Company

skin diseases. It's the most healing PharmacIst Our business in BRAVE MEN FALL other. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

inediciiiv in. the \\orld. Anti-Monopoly: this line is yurySarge e. and in Victims to stomach, liver and kidney We have the biggest assortment of CHARLESTON S. C.

Drugstore.Fresh1 creasing.. 'ydings
fish, both mullet and bottom :he results in loss:; of appetite. poisonsn carried in the city. Mclver & Mac-

fish, received every day, kept on ice Weather Reporter W. L. Jew- the blood backache nervousness, Kay. & SuppliesIron

'and delivered anywhere in the city by ett, who has been reporting the leadache, and tired listless, rundowneelin Neglect is the short step so many Machinery
.' But there's need to feel
William Tucker. weather for the government for no
take from a cough or cold to consump-
the past nine years, gives the like that. Listen to J. \\'. Gardner, The early use of One Minute Cough Pipe, Brass Goods, Fittings, Nails, Belting, Injectors, Shovels, Picks,
Small in size and great in resultsDoWitt's '['daville. Ind. He says: "Electiic Bit
Wheelbarrows and Link Belting.
rain-fall ;yesterday as six and .1 i Cure prevents consumption. It is the
Little famous
Early Risers the :ers are just the thing for a man whenHe
twenty-hundreds of inch the only harmless remedy that gives im-
little pills that cleanse the liver an is all run down, and don't care
and bowels. They do not gripe AntiMonopoly greatest fall that he has ever whether he lives or dies. It did more mediate results. It cures all throat / ices Quotea on All Kinds of Machinery or Uther Supplies
only handles remedy that gives im-
-1_ Drugstore. noted in one day. The fall from to give me new strength and good ap .
and lung troubles. Children all likeit Contracts taken for the erection of plants, for putting up machinery of
!9) to 1 o'clock three inches.CASTOn.c.A. petite than anything I could take. I
was .
D. M. Boney, at the Hole in the Wall, and mothers endorse it. AntiMonopoly all kinds, or for repairing any kind of machinery engines or boilers, by a
can now eat anything and have a new
has a big trade on his famous 5 cent Dnlstore.Foley's competent machinist, who will be supplied on short notice.G. .
lease on life. Only 50 cents at Garrett -
cigar, "Dixie Girl. : I
Beartba it.a KmJ Y3'J' Bare:! AfojS BC3ghiof & Germs Drugstore, Ocala. Ev Wake Wells, Agent, Ocala, Fla.

Elgin Butter, the very best grade, at :2b'lat1U'() / If.s-- ery bottle guaranteed. Sold by all Honey and Tar
the John McCarthy Store. druggists. forchildren.safdsure. No opiates. Office in A. E. Burnett's Jewelry Store. ,

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; '' _:. ', '-- ', :: ._ _-,.I'.' .'.. KENDRICKMr. --- McIVER & MacKAY

--=:::.. : \V. V. Chappell. one of our enterprising -

i farmers, is busily engaged

I i in shipping watermelons. The Central Florida
leading
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c1 ; Miss .Jane Guthrie: of Rochelle, is :' .

1 /r ':1 visiting: her lecher at this pIaN: Furniture and House Furnishing Dealers. ,

{ :Mr. James A. Perry, of Pine. Fla.. .
'For Infants and Children. was among the visiting beaux of this The largest and most complete brand new stock of Furniture in


vicinity Sunday afternoDn.: suites from the cheapest to 1 the most expensive. Iron, brass

The Kind You Have Miss Lulu Lfavengood. of Ocala. is

ASTOR1A :i visiting the- Misses Turnipseed.Mr. trimmed beds. Mattresses of all klll[ S. Springs: any price.

Charley Whitehead, of Martha, I
!I Always Bought
came down Saturday to visit his
A\ getable Preparation for As rents. pa- GREAT ASSORTMENT OF MATTINGS

similaling the food and Rc ula-

ling Ulestomaclisandl3ow'elsof Bears theSignature Mr. A. J. Leavengood of Ocala ill all brradesIlutrs and( Portieres. Handsome Pictures ; Picture Moldings, hundreds( of

spent Sunday with the Waters family designs. :Side:; Boards ; Chairs, beautiful. willows, dining and office. Office Desks, three

iE 1 Miss here.Ada and Carrie Turnipsewl sixes. Baby Carriages and Go-Carts. In fact, anything in Furniture. We have three .

r Promotes Di eslion.Chcerfiir- | have returned home from an extended: big floors filled with Furniture. We: ?have all kinds of Upholstering, Mattress Making,

ness and st.Containsneither visit to friends in Ocala. Picture Framing, Etc. done by skilled workmen. '

Opium.Morplune nor>fineral. 01'OT'N"UI.CUTIC. f :Mrs. Cornelia Hopkins and daughter,

Sallie :May is visitig her son. Mr. J.
'
r.n_ _ Hopkins, at Oxford. Wagons, Buggies, Harness, Etc. .

Mrs. L. G. Akins is visiting friendsin
II'< rH Old 1Jr StIJlTLPlTClIER

I I Dory,(,;, Sgd-. I Ocala. We have the only up-to-date) stock of Wagons, Buggies and Supplies for same, Harness,

lb4.lG-.ulx..rmnur :\11'. Lafayette Whitehead is up after Saddles, Robes, Etc. in town. Builders' Material of all kinds. Wall Paper, Paints
aspen )f typhoid fever.
Aaitf'irrdttaiifitd l-tvrtr JttJi I n and l Oils. Complete Undertakers' and Embalmers' Department entirely s0PneatVi .
/ iu cg.r..fu14 s Mr. MeLfod wa absent! all work as a delegate
11&R.J"J u, Jacksonville rite or call onMclver

; Sugarhiiitrrywt flavor. K.; C McLpO'J's new sawyer i* Mr. McDon

U S e ald.
Aperfecl$ Remedy for Cons[jk1-( Miss Ida Adkinj ard Miss I' Waits who and
lion. Sour StomachDiarrh haveU-en veiling, Mr McLrod. returned to MacKay

Worms.Convulsions.Fcvcnsh- J their home at Hawthorne

ness and Loss.. OF SLEEP. F 0 r 0 V e r Mini her Kate M-ter May, Mrs Carter McLeod.Miss .Lake City Is visiting OCALA FLORIDATHE I

Mabel (;uJi>f11l i is a guest of Mrs McLeod.
Facsimile Signature of PEOPLE WHO HANDLE EVERYTHING.

Mrs. Montgomery of indoor,
4 who ha> been
Years
NEW YORK. Thirty visiting home.her daughter, Mr*. dunther, has returned I

L. F. Whitehead! of Jacksonville, who has I SOUTH LAKE WEIR

T [ k been here sick, hits returned to the state me

trl/pol is. Mr. and :Mrs. llusco and Mr. Jonathan
Mrs. O. Whitehead HEAR HER !
and children ot Shogren took in the excursiono
Lowell, accompanied by her sister. Miss Edna; :
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. Living-itoii, were hereednesday.. Tampa the past week.

y Mr.I (trace i niadf a business: trip to Jacksonville Miss Carrie B. York left for her.

i E THE CENTAUR COMPANY NEW YORK CITY.OUTHEN this week home in Cliftondale, Mass., on the i WOMAN'S STORY.

.::j4. ,' ,'_ ._ __ ." .: ,' -: '_ ',,": 't .;::, ..-: '. Melon and tomato shipments are keeping IGth inst. ............ .. This is to certify that I have been afflicted
times busy at the depot. with Scrofula or Blood Poison for a number of
Mrs. J. P. Hunt spent a couple of 'QI years. The best physicians of Mobile and thU
I .. city said nothing could for me. took
-" ----- --- --- days in Ocala this week. bedone
DO YOU NEED AN ELECTRIC BELTDr. I l a" large quantities no relief.
Mrs. Jennie Rusco has a pair of 1\' My limbs were a mass of ulcers and when I
,JJ -j, I ,. was sent to a physician in Mobile my entire
J. Newton has young ostriches. bogy was a mass of cores. I had given up al1If'
Hathaway J
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per \ hope, and as a last resort tried P. P. P., and
Miss: Celeste
fected an electric belt which he is pre- Favor has gone to St. ,. after using four bottles (small size), the sore
RAIL VI A Y Yo Augustine to visit relatives. ti. have entirely disappeared, and my general
4 pared to furnish to all patients who J health was never better than at the present
need it, at a nominal charge. Writeto The U. S. census enumerator has ,.tom.. : time, and people. that know me think it a won
been / derful cur ELIZA TODD Milton, Fla.
making the rounds this week.
J. Newton I Il
Hathaway, M. D., 25 Bryan What can be worse for
Mr. Ernest L. Richer visited Ocala fA a woman than an otherwise -

::: DIRECT LINE-QUICK TIME 0 street, Savannah, Ga. Tuesday.W. .I beautiful with cores skin covered andP. P. P .

N. Reed's mill is turning out a eruptions? Can you .
-TO- FAIRFIELDThe blame people for avoldLippman'( wIng
,
: WASHINGTON ATLANTA large order for lumber. '' j.,. women thus afGreat Remedy.)
'
!Ii! if flicted7 They are to be
BALTIMORE BIRMINGHAM Parties who left here recently write ,.. i I pitied; but what woman wants pity 7 Beside
I democrats of district No. 31 the humiliation of
from Massachusetts: of the mercurybeing !Z disfigurement, the itching
I PHILADELPHIA, MEMPHIS, held their first official meeting at Dr.Gatr'Is ,; i and burning of ekin diseases are almost unen
at 9f; degrees on the nth and P.i durable.
i NEW YORK CHATTANOOGA ) store on Saturday, 14th. A All women ought to know that all facial and
down to 40 on the 10th. with a damaging bodily blemishes are caused by Impure blood
CINCINNATI, ST. LOUIS temporary organization was effectedby frost. IIJrsti, and are curable. P. P. P. will purify the
,
making: L. Payne president Dr. blood, and when the blood becomes pure all
;
akin diseases vanish.P. .
LOUISVILLE
KANSAS CITY :)
H. Gatrell, vice .P. P. is a harmless vegetable
president and J. B. RED HOT FROM THE GUN compound,
and All Points East and West. ,; and never falls to eradicate from the system
Long secretary. Twenty dd names Aft es of Blood Poison, Scrofula, Rheumatism,Neuralgia, Dyspepsia and Catarrhal
Was the ball that hit G .B. Steadman,
NO OTHER LINE AFFORDS were secured: and the temporary or- -. affections.FROM
of Newark, Mich.: in the Civil War.It ONE OF SAVANNAH'S PROMINENT MERCHANTS.TO .
SERVICE LIKE THIS =L ganization made permanent. W. D.
caused horrible ulcers that THIS PUBLIC:
no treatment
Bobbitt was elected committeemanand I herewith! recommend to the sufferers of Rheumatism and rheumatic pain,
THE NEW YORK AND FLORIDA EXPRESS, J. P. Smoak was recommendedfor helped for twetny years. Then Lippman's P. P. P., as I have carefully tested it and found permanent relief. Also my ..
Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C. Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured him. son, who, for years, has suffered from Rheumatism, has used it for the last year with
registration officer. A resolution good results, and has not suffered since, and i$ still using it. Would not do without it
I THE UNITED STATES Cures:! Cuts, Bruises, Burns Boils, Felons if it cost double, or at any price. Yours truly, CUAS. 83XI.ER.
FAST MAIL, indorsing M. L. Payne for the legisla-

I Via Savannah and Charlotte, N. C. ture and pledging a solid democratic' Corns, Skin Eruptions. Best Pile Lippman Brothers Proprietors
cure on earth; 25 cents a box. Cure ,
I THE CINCINNATI front was adopted with yells. Mr. '
AND
FLORIDA LIMITED
Via Jesup. Payne then gave a good talk. guaranteed. Sold by Garrett & Gerig. Wholesale Druggists, Lippman Block, Savannah GL

The barbecue druggists, Ocala, and all other drug- Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla.
was talked of at
THE CINCINNATI DAY EXPRESS gists.
length and nothing will be left undoneto
Via Jesup.
make the 27th a red letter day for

Through Vestibuled Trains,.Pullman Drawing-Room Stooping Fairfield. RESTAURANT Florida Central &

Cars, Through Coaches, Elegant Dining Cars. -
QUICK RELIEF FOR ASTHMA Restaurant and lunch counter.

Through Pullman Sleeping Cars between Jacksonville and Miss Maude Dickens, Parsons, Kan., Meals and lunches at all hours. Spe- Peninsular R. R.

Cincinnati, 0., via ASheville, N. 0., and Knoxville, writes: "I suffered eight years with cial rates to weekly boarders. Time Table Effective June 3,1'JJO.1'Cll'.PC .
Also furnished when de-
city dray
through "THE LAND OF THE SKY." asthma in its worst form. I had sev- -'

eral attacks during the last and sired. t:. i: I 11 I I j R :5UIB2C7S3.Lv i S 13 Z I Z7R
Through Trains via Southern Railway are now OperatedIn year Ike Tompkins and wife, proprietors, i ; ,
and was not expected to live through EvTs=:;?i.':,..:. SC'W( S'X-pm .. .... .... -| :1.:kca 9 3 win 'SOOpm840pm( 92tun 745pm
connection with the Plant System from Jacksonville. them. 49 South Magnolia street, or postofficebox .. I'-amlty.' Ijj.IUtll1, pin...... I'. .... !i" i'enll1hl.: ;::'alp tSlJjmi; 725am "......
1 began using Foley's Honey 862, Ocala, Fla.COLORED Ir.do (;uy ? i i.IJJII,luJlpiii!..... ,I. ... lar&ldwtn !, JSr: :!n 95.am . -.
i Summer Excursion Tickets, at very low rate, and Tar and it has never failed to give \Vjidwmid... 10.VtnnjjlJ,( _.AamL -. :.__ !: :":.-u ''Lv Baldin "-. .. ,,IUUim 8)17pmHKtpn
. ... I. .. ,
v AMII'I. P'rk j :> am! jAr Mr(':.nup : on sale June I to Oct. 31, 1900. immediate relief. Anti-Monopoly RESTAURANTMeals .. Crlisl:.. .. Sr.ml': ; I ''' Lukt-Clty I. .... .:::. ,iJ.H Ul ftX.'pm::
Drugstore. Ap-jpka 901an1 74 !! .,.. I" I.in'Oak .'.. .. ,.... .12 18pm 1030pm
For Rates, Schedules and Information call Ar T;u'area I U 4Sam II'J'rnl"'I"! ...... 31x its,n ........ ..... .. 11'pIn 230am:
on or address : at all hours. Special low LvTi\aii's ''n "aJIII ......' '.... 31onlietllo .. ..,... .......: 31Upm 4 W. T. COSBY, T. P. A., EMPLOYMENT AGENCY "LI'ljur ' 213 Vet!! Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. rates by the week. Only first class AF R'ildWa"d! U)4'iimiO.Vtfiin' x'pnr .. lliincc, '........ ......' 4: )pm 82.A.m
IIAXOALL: CLIFTON, District colored restaurant on the square. LvW.. 1u(MKL:, :.!;i hnl _".. Fiver, J'ton. _::- ..::.:.:=.-!525ptn' 9 eam,
Passenger Agent, Savannah, Ga. ISele'i-w.: II ;'fa:. I :;. : ......'.. .... .
J. M. OULP, W. A. TURK, S. HARDW1CK, The Ocala Employment Agency has MelissaIack: .. C..:i. 11lnm; "' 2.aIl: l ......., .... Lv Baldwin .... IOWaru I I ....... ........
Trafflc Manager, Qen. Pass. Agt., Asst. Gen. Pan. Ag tr opened over Fishel's store on the .. !--iivertlinv I I.......,. ...... 'ArStarke..lUSlrnm,1J07pm, (; ........ ........
Washington, D. C. Proprietress. Hjt.thornf.. l:!:,ollI:1| : 4 Ilia'IJ''a'| :do 112.am'10411nJ', .' .. ...... ........
Washington, D. C. Atlanta, Qi. square and will furnish helpof oAr ttaldu 1 ::""m 5 1x..1: ,.. ..... _ _
.- .-- ,- Pahlvna '' :ilupni| TWRHI ..., i.I ...... -
--- all kinds in or out of the city. Unless food is digested quickly it Jacks'inv'le, '' a5 pn>,, TS'Jini',' '..... i .
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Call or address postoffice box 862. or will ferment and irritate the stomach. I' I I-I ,'," IS

telephone when you are in need of our After each meal take a teaspoonful of : : fa' I It I

JOHN B. services, and your order will receiveprompt 14Vhtr- Rp: -,.. :-7 J kt l.i--I- ,- -,- -
STETSON UNIVERSITYDeLand \ Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests I
Alrhtr 'l 10 Wart, l.v\Va'do ....JUJ..am 5 Uam'' 2fYJpm.......
attention I. E. Tompkins, what you eat and will)) allow you to eat 'I Gj7:8.: : .... ,,10;) an., 44pm1252pm .. Arai.. elr'le: .. UOlpm 84."sup| 23'pIU.......
: .. ... ........
ArWaJltl) lI ftpm I IJIJ/pm 12pm Arf" .r j 9UUara! 'A 15pmLv
A. D. Brooks, all need of what like. It never -- ---' -- ------ .. ...... .. ......
you you Lvttaldo. ,TiTpJii I 5;uVt : C:+ far_Sey ,I ___ '__"'1'_63'Im _
Florida. Telephone No. 9. Managers fails to cure the worst cases of dys .. Siaike :ilipiuArBuldwin. 54'am .'I', I --Waldo-- II 4:1am: !iO5inm: .. ..,... ........
t .. i 3"Ev -ni'' HOHU!! I Ar. Hawthorn 1213pm: .. ..............
pepsia. It is pleasant to take. AntiMonopoly ---- -- ----!-,-' Sil (Sp'nsf I 1.11wpm..I ....... ........
COI.LKGR OF LIBERAL ARTS-Comprehensive, high grade courses, maielectives. iy NoflCE4 j 3 I 1 I 21 ".. Ctali: 40pm! 1 Ham'Lv !) ....... ........
X \ .'\ Drugstore. I I bolJ.r.pw 20'pml 15'ratn':.. ...... ......_
c4 i .... ,
WildWOf.l !
+ I 21JumTavare '
--- 231jm .. __
: i-- "
E CAifMY-Preparing for } d,by virtue of' Sectfon 34G<)' .. tiirerJtlnn. .. .. ,1. pDl ( ? -WiMw'ood! --.': 24fm 3datm'! ... .. ........
"l "
any college or providing a good general educa OASTORA.' (l'.in..v. '" t-'lJm 120hDI' ....... ........
of th\ RevJ 'd StatufW of the Vnit d 6 : l Im.,.. !! .. I1opm; 33hpm .rJ wburg..i! 8vpml! }sunl.
tion. ...... ........
The Kind You Hare AINays Boug t .. .. SiJiipm! SJarn' '
States wilKsoll)) at,p\blic aucti NORMAL AND PRACTICE SCHOOL-Training, both theoretical and pl ac- : f tf.-- .. Lsv: :is"n.Oak ". .". ant,34\'pm jJvrn [,' 14.:tpmI1"'Jam.................-
Ural.BUSIESS The 25th'- a/of June, 1900, \ I cf Ijikt-Jhty .' 1 0.niam,' ;ss,3prn-ri ... I,)14rn1- !I 81uam1.: | .....,.........
\/ f-r r k I
\ '
\ \ M-Onny: -xsn :'-.j:mj_ _-.I_ .:.;:.-.
in the fear ofVastersstore atUO Arbaldwin.LTBaMrti f j:.jstim! O4. 1ImI2 .20CamjLvViawH{ 23.pui; 2.iJJa1Di "".. ........
COLLEGE-Thoroughl practical. Actual business methods. --- -- - --- m;, '3lam'arUaiel'ity.... ;35.>pm! 42 ara ..... ........ '
o'c tock a\m. }yie mains,of the i illl' at t tn,, 13'11111; ;;;Ii.1ml'64! .. ...............
SCHOOL OP ART-Correct academic methods.Vell lighted, well equipped L. ALEXANDER Ar .".;kjcs-'* ...'iI': i"-,".'""; s 1""m 7x: m'' 5:)::am .. Plan\C'ity. ;:' 444pm| a2ami,
.
studio. ,till)) of on }Richard v,\om )risit .. i*.r*fti *:Mft ,,5tII.,1; 9Tainl! I'90p m 9ir: am T.-1i. 53Jpm( OSam. ,.,. ... ..

188 poundsAof old cov r. \ --Dailv et ;I I't.'r'n av
SCHOOL OF MUSIC Voice I Practical Ivo.11', T? ..oaifi Pulhi! : blefpia Car Tampa! to New York via Jacksonville (Dl1tnlJar..)
Pipe Organ, Piano, Violin and Harmony. Four / \ R\\A. $tf,kney. Ni). 15 Thp.uch Puilnian :leepin far New York to Tampa, via Ja'onvUle(DiningCrs'o. .)
instructors. -, lh:',ugh Pullwin! Wfplnf far: Ja kir \
/ Deputy Collector I CARPENTER AND BUILDERCareful 1. Tin) cugh I ulli.tan Mfplsp ( ar yew Or tij.9, to a"k"tJvme.: .
FACULTY of over twenty experts from leading American and foreign i in ..: \i. .>. 4 Thu, ;,;h r uluari"SieepiBg (ar service Jacksonville lofct. Louie, via Lake City.
.' 1 y stitutions.I.IBn.4.UYT'u .' SEE THE EAST COAST t estimates made on all)) con Fur fn,, 1..! ,r '. a 1nP.jy: to your nea'Pit apo!; it or write to General Pa<->eincer Od! -a.RtMAJC .
\\ 1':1.1., A.O.MA.-nOKELI.: I. A. SH1PMAX,
tract work. Gives and better
more
thousand volumes recently selected and purchased. \\. ,Zed 1 i.a hb'tf1n" en Mg:. Gen. raw.; /.r'pt. -. -u.t(Gtn.hl'.A.r Jt.
work for the money than any other -
MILITARY DRILL for young men. Systematic physical training for i
young The exceedingly low rates offered man in town.

women. by the Florida East Coast Railway on

FOUR DISTINCT Bacteriological.! LABORATORIES-Cheraical, Physical, Biological and account of the Fourth of July celebration L WALTER DUKES MOBILE &; OHIOAR. R.

at Miami will give many an opar -

MUSEUM: OF NATURAL HISTORY Comprehensive(>, extensive, well portunity of seeing the attractions of The Broadway Tailor

ranged. the east coast of Florida who have not \v; ) 1-1 c::> Ft T 1-1 f'-J c: -

SUPERB BUILDINGS costing 200,00u. Steam heat, electric light, artesian done so before. The rates are good SUITS TO ORDERFrom

water. from the 2d to the sth of July inclusive $12.50 Up
To S! Louis Chicago and the West
SEPARATE DORMITORIES: for young men and young; women. Baths on and the round trip fare from Pa- ,

each floor. latka is only $4.30.Painting :: $3 Pants a SpecialtyCleaning Through Bullet Sleeper from Jacksonville to St. Louis via

GYMNASIUM-Great variety of carefully selected apparatus. Dyeing and Repairing Neatly Plant System leaves Jacksonville at 8 p. m., connecting with

NEW I MEMORIAL! CHAPEL, capacity one thousand. Great pipe organ. and kalsomining. R. A. Done the Mobile & Ohio's West India Flyer, the best equipped tram

CLIMATE UNSURPASSED in all Florida. High l'ound.0 malaria. Hall. in the South. For general information, tickets, etc., apply to
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Send for illustrated hundred page catalogue. Corner Broadway and Orange StreetsP. ticket agents of the Plant System,
I BANNER SALVE, C M. SHEPHERD, L. E. SPENCER, T. F. & P. A.,
JOHN }.'. FORBES, President. 0. Address, Box 134 Ala. 235 W. ftt. Jacksonville
-- the most healing salve In the wprld- Oen. Paw. Agt.. Mobile Bay FlaJ)



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OLD RELIABLE SHOULDERSFine. JENNINGS NOMINATED. t EDWARDS BROS.



Try one. Only 1 I cents The! Contention Makes its Logical r

Choice.Jacksonville r
BEARDSDEY'S SHKEUDED CODFISHIn ll1 7Tr. CITY MARKETTHE

half-pound tins 10 cents June 23.-After a

long and heated session, last .
LEADING WHOLESALEAND
CRANBERRY SAUCE in tins i night, Hon. W. S. Jennings of -

hernando, received the nomination : RETAIL BUTCHERSWestern

UNEEDA BISCUIT and JINJER W\YFERS I ITEl4..P0T for governor. His nomination -:'

was made unanimous. -_ Meats, Fish, and Cedar Key Oysters

GROCERYWORKING -- = rg= = Received every Day.


--- -- I Platform i, .:ac 3i' Choice Florida Meats Celery and All Other
WORKING II Chairman Hubert McXamee of Lake
I I Vegetables In I Season
II read' the report of the committee on : ..,

This is how the Rockwell correspondent y :rag : platform. As it would fill three columns r FREE DELIVERY TELEPHONE 108
(
to the Dunnellon Citizen says kJil cI' i I of the Star we give the gist of 22'J'

of the work in the phosphate mines: the ;ot! ; paragraphs: 1 -
Established Jan. 17, Tin
The Central plant is moving at a National Questions

lively rate. :\ol: is booming as is MUNROE
1. Declaration of principles. OUR LATEST ARRIVALOf AND CHAMBLISS
numbers C and 4, which of course: will
l be understood when you remember 2. Indorse Chicago platform. I Ii the above celebrated make of goodsis
3. Indorse Bryan and his cause ; Bankers
i of Patent Vici Kid
the efficient force of superintendentsin ( made over the

charge, who are 11 Ir. Howe at :21 1, since adoption of Chicago platform. I ]Dewey Last Patent Calf Toe Cap, and 0C7SL.K FLORIDA:
4. Extol Bryan as a model) patriot
is handsome Shoe.J. .
Mr. Grumbles at Xo. C;, and Mr. Alfredat a
Xo. 4. and.I great leader and his work since M. NEELY Receive Deposits Have Money to Loa
President McKinley refused to send ,
We understand the company will TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
him to the front during the Spanishwar
soon have one or two plants ready for Merchants' Block.
THERE IS NOTHINGIN and instruct Florida delegates to Small Accounts Receive the Same Attention as Larae Ones
operation at Hernando in the near future.
vote for him for presidential nominee.
THE WORLD (
Your Home Bault.MRS.LT.TOMPKINS.
Support
shall be chosen all the
i men as are
5. Denounce republican legislation
The dredges are humming down the That will pull the thermometerdown other state officers.
in maintaining a large standing armyas
river, and the company now has one so far as a glass of pure, sparkling 33.; Indorse (;or. Bloxham's admin
subversive of the principles of liberty
(
large barge afloat at Port Inglis ready delicious) soda. It refreshes istration.
and government set in Porto
for service. It looks as if Captain wonderfully, stimulates the brain, Rico. up 3C. They! recinded l the action of the

Inglis it> moving things on the river, cools the blood.( bed at all seasons Tampa convention and recommendthat
(G. Favor carrying out pledges lias Just Received and Opened
and they will soon he shipping phos of the year, but especially good just Messrs.. E. Wolfe of Escambia,
made to Cuba and out similar
phate by their own line in deep water. now. Helps! digestion too. It is not policy towards the carry Philipines. ,J. Walter Kehon of .Jacksonville J. M. THE FINEST LINE OF

often that you may take medicine in Hairs of Duval, he requested to prepare
7. Down on trusts and a questionthat
THE MODERN BEAUTY such! an agreeable form. a proper primary law for the leg
must he settled at the coming
T. W.. Troxler. islature's enactment and rules and FieiiDfi Pattern Hats
Thrives on good food and sunshine, election.

with plenty of exercise in the open air. I S. Tariff on a revenue basis and a regulations for\ holding primaries for
The ]Dunnellon Citizen Cor- consideration of executive committee.
Her form glows with health and her accuses Tree list on all articles, the prices of

face blooms with its beauty. If hers'stt'm deal in Citrus county, of doing the which are fixed by trusts and comlines. The minority report opposed the EVER\ BROUGHT TO OCALfiMy

needs the cleansing action of a largest business in running "blind removal of the capital. It was signed

laxative remedy, she uses the gentle tigers" and that Sunday is the favorite J t. Repeal of all war taxes.!' by Wolfe. Hopkins, Walker, Coving- \ stock of goods for Easter and the summer is the finest and

and pleasant Syrup) of Figs, made by day to see fluid feline exhibit itself. 10. Favor income tax. ton and Carlton. most complete in the city. An invitation to visit my store and

the California Fig Syrup Co. only. 11. Favor 16 to 1 and opposed to C. A. Carson of Osceola, Robert view the most exquisite French designs in art is extended to the

HICKORY STOVE WOOD national banks using currency based McXamee or' Lake, Frank Clarke and ladies of Ocala and Marion county.

U. R. Fletcher of Duval. favored the
COLD DRINKS on the credit of the United States. Yours for elegance and style in millinery,
of the majority
Having now taken the managementof That currency by the U. S. is quite as passage report.

John Pelot and brother are serving our stove wood business ourselveswe good as bonds and saves interest. The vote was for capital removal MRS L. T. TOMPKINSFRENOH

excellent cold drinks, milk shakes, name schedule of rates below: 12. Expresses sympathy for struggling 201 ; for minority report SO.

fruits, candies and cigars in the little One cord (128( cubic feet packed or200'cubic Boers;11 eno 1IIl<'cd republican administration MILLINERY STORE

feet thrown in), $2.50.:
room between the Teapot Grocery and for subservency to Eng- WORKING NIGHT AND DAY

Tydings' Drugstore. Call on them. One load, thrown in (C5 cubic feet), and's land grabbing scheme.
.
Also Watermelons and Canteloupes I 85 cents. 13. Favor government control of The busiest and mightiest little
One load, packed in ((55; cubic feet), I
on ice. corporations and especially: those engaged thing that ever was made is Dr. King'sNew
/ V /, $1.25.; in transportation and want THE BOSTON STORESpell
/v Life Pills. Every pill is a sugarcoated -
FOR ENT Delivered in town. Cash on deliv laws that will permit Interstate Com globule\ of health, that changes

ery. Parties owning a team wishing merce to control: them. weakness into strength, listlessnessinto

The Wilson Ouse. all flemished, for wood for their own use can get it at 14. Favor liberal river and harbor energy brain-fag into mental It Three or Four Times. Say it Over a Few Times. K remember --

three month/ Xpply tr/G.\V. Wells, the factory at the rate of $1.75 per improvement, that cheaper: transportation power. They're wonderful in building It. Its the Name of the.Store You Want to Trade t At.
Box 837 l ala. cord or cent cubic foot looseor
one per I result.
may up the health. Only 2i;; cents per

one and two thirds cents per cubic 15. Favor )prompt cost tiction of .box. Sold by Garrett & Gerig, Ocala, EVERYBODY IN MARION r COUNTY,

SAVE YOUR VEGETABLES foct packed by the load. Nicaragua canal, independent of control I i and all other druggists.
Will !save money by coming: to the greatest bargain! !store in Ocala.
Orders be office
at
/ can placed our by or power of any other power.
See uhat we have turned looko*for thirsty bargain hunter.
Bug Death is sure destruction to all Phone Xo. 8 or by mail, Box 727. 1 G. To amend constitution that election COLUMBIA GRAND $50.00 .

plant-eating insects and a fertilizer.It Rim & Spoke Factory, of U. S. senators will be by direct SPECIAL t SPECIAL

is non-poisonous. J. H. Sutton, 2S 14-5-tf 0. W. Reagan Agt. vote of the people.
The most wonderful; draphophone % Calicoes, fast colors at 3/. Bargains in Shoes.

and 30 Exposition street, State Agent. State Affairs ever produced.( It will }pay) you to in- Bleaching at 4J/2! cents. Bargains in Clothing.
PIANO FOR SALEA
------- 17. Liberal support and development \estigate.; Madras Shirting at 12'/j' cents. Bargains in Gents' Furnishings,

OCALA MUSIC CO. We have just received 100 new Colored Piques at 10 cents. Bargains in Laces.
of the school
fine instrument for sale public system.
... new on
records, which include all the latest '
Colored Lawns at 3'/2 cents. Bargains in Embroideries.
18. Improvement of public)] roads
A line of Columbia Crescentand easy terms. Apply at this office
new and best selections. Ocala Music Co.
with convict labor) available.
Hartford Bicycles, I'JOO model, I Men's and Hoys' White Rubber Bottom Shoes at 49 cents. All sizes in

just received. Also lamps( : and bellsin CHEAP FOR CASH 19. A liberal policy toward state Mosquito Canopies. Agent for the famous tailors, Hose & Co., Chicago.

abundance. troops and naval matters. FRANKLIN TYPEWRITERS We give a valuable premium with every purchase. Wo are doing all of

Small house and third of an acre "_n. Favor municipal ownership of This office has an agency for the this beginning Today. Respectfully: yours. THE BOSTON STORE.
all public utilities and laws looking to j
of land near city. Apply at this office. Franklin typewriter, and wlil sell
FOR SALE OR RENT that end. I
I them on veryliberal terms. Call and
21. Constiutional amendment toI
CHEAP INSURANCE see the machine.: It is one of the best
Desirable residences and cottages indifferent tax all corporate franchises, inheritances PETER INGRAM
made; simple, durable and rapid in
)parts of the city, almost any gifts, etc.
: has been insured .ts work.:
Manya man
size or style desired, forwent, and will 22. Favor remedy for more judgesto
against Bri ht's disease, diabetes or
sell on most advantageous terms. relieve congested court dockets and
Sweet and Sour Pickles in bulk, 20 Merchant Tailor
other ailment
dangerous! by a fifty-cent
Have you property to rent, or do you ask for three more judges.
bottle of Cure. AntiMonopoly cents a dozen, at the John McCarthy
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desire to rent property? In either Foley's Kidney 23. warning against republicans

case, apply( to S. I). Moody in city Drugstore. clainming to )be democrats in subsidizing i. Store.

building. GRAPHOPHONESA the press of the state and ) Merchant's Bank] Building.

teaching false doctrines.
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complete line of Graphophones) at I :21. Favor universal primaries for I have received a large and nobby assortment of Trous
=- I all state officers and U. S. senators. 1; 6
--- $." and upwards and a large supply of I erings and Suitings suitable for the coming seasons at pricesto
, :25.!: Favor removal of state capitalby
Inr1 records. Your inspection invited. suit all tastes.I .
submitting it to a primary vote [ /4-1
Ocala :Music Co. November tf.2u. i- 1 have added to my Tailoring Department a line of

w Provisions for said primary. : f w Gents' Furnishings SCARES and TIBS will

LOTS IN JULIETTE :27. That in case another place be a specialtyto-date style Gold Studs warranted for

,than Tallahassee receive a pluralityof ,'... Collar Buttons and Sleeve Links. I a
: twenty years, carry
We have a few choice lots in .Juli- votes for said removal, then for '

ette for sale. J. H. Livingston & Son, the l legislature to provide a submission good stock of Umbrellas at low prices

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agents. to the electors.
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'' 4!: ..
2.x. To provide for said primary ..I,!
The season is here for negligee !
such appointive county officers as maybe -
GrfQ.yTHE
shirts and summer suits. Our stock All Patrons
necessary during the next two our
never was so complete and prices so
c..OY1'IGI'tffA inviting. Convenience and comfort years. BEST SERVICE
'J. That the nominee for governor Are
REAL TREAT will turn your thoughts towards our !shall appoint such nominees and not And the finest food in the city is to be Delighted
stock and if will in
you step you can
ou -p had at the
is assured those who purchase! our I be suited at Rheinauer's.Reports appoint any person not nominated by

ICE CREAM primaries. RAILROAD RESTAURANTEvery With the rich flavor, temlerness, succulence and general

I 30. Demand a radical reform in of and all
The most subtle skill has transformed -I show that over fifteen hundred seasonable dainty is on the high: grade excellence my prime meats, my

ingredients of the greatest I purity lives have been saved throughthe the state convict: system. bill of fare. The Roasts, Steaks, Chops cu'ct.omer- connoisseurs in steaks, chops 1 and ro'. ts.
31. Are satisfied with the labors of
into cream of the most exquisite use of One Minute Cough Cure and otherdishe s are of fine flavor and
the state railroad commission.
flavor. Our delicious confections are i Most of these were cases of grippe, satisfying substance. Nowhere else It is Gratifying
J:!. Each nominee this convention -
not excelled by made croup, asthma, whooping cough bronchitis dine well for
any in the city can you so
the tables of the
by his acceptance shall stand To know that my efforts to cater to
and pneumonia. Its early
and by very few made elsewhere. use -
We still make cream in any quantity prevents consumptionnti.lonovo- pledged to its actions. Fifty Cents critical is successful, and, as I am an expert judge of

desired. I ly Drugstore. 33. State committee shall consistof meats, I will serve the best in the land at the mostreasonable
a member from each county and
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Peach cream <'VNda hereafter JI
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"",, on;> at large appointed by each nominee ''.0, Ii, "' "..'j Ua,e ,I\,' II'!." prices.
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from luscious, fresh peaches. '! /j
Foley's Kidney Cure '
of this convention.
DAME, THE CREAM MAN '::" ./. .71tZz T W. DAVIS CITY MARKET
makes kidneys and bladder ftent. ;34 The state national committee : ./ .



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I Presbyterian Church In Woman's Life Are Made Dangerous Heaven i-> not rfach d at a single bound

Only Daily Paper in Ocala 0 I Iyp by Pelvic Catarrh. But ** build the ladder by whi'-h we tiff
Rev Dr. Dodge, of Jacksonville; will From the lowly earth to the vaulted skies.

I OC'UfI'the pulpit of the Presbyterianchurch Andvt> mount to ita l summit round by round Pianos and Organs tuned regulated
BITTINGER AND COMPANY = 1
p_ i, morning and evening: tomor II I 1 count tint thing to grandly true: and repaired in a first clas'-manner,

Proprietors and Publishers j i row. The public is cordially: invited II I I 1 1 r 1 That a noble deed is a step toward I 1c Lifting the soul from the common Sod

C. L, BITTINGER, I T. a purer air and a broader view. rates by the year. Also make a specialty -

Editor and Business Manager.R. I' St. Philip's Catholic Church I \Ve riby the things that are under fret; of repairing fine violins and gui

i By what we have mastered of good and
Sunday school at 9 a. m. I gain j tars. W. S. Pike,

R. CARROLL, City Editor. High mass at 10SJO::: a. m. By ate pride deposed anti the pai i lun Main. P. O. Box 631: Ocala, Fla,

I Vespers and Instructions at ;> p. m. _J And the vanquished ills that \\( hourly
rr i ir .
Entered at the Ocala Postoftie:: as second !I 'tr 4 All are cordially! invited. mm.v

\\ hope! .we a;;j.lre. we resolvewe. trut.
class matter I II L afr_ O IU ALA HOUSE BARBER SHOP
9/ \\ lien the morning calls u< to life and light.

Methodist Church%- But our. hearts growveiry, and ere the Solicits your patronage and guarantees -

I Dunnellon has a population of Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. night, the best work. Clean and attractive -
I our !live are trailing the sordid du"t.1' .
000 the late > Sunday school at 9:30: a. m. shop; skillful workmen
by census. i I
t \\ hope, we resohe. we aspire' we pray.
I Junior League at 3 p. m. /1&b And we think that we mount the air on
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WA % Geo. F. Williams, Proprietor.
4:30
Senior League at : p. m.
John R. McLean of Ohio and ACTS GENTLY ON THE I Mrs. MathllJe Uichttr. wingsBeyond '
the recall tlf
A welcome to all. T. J. Nixon, sensual things,

District of Columbia, can not beat Pastor. Mrs. Mathilda Richter, Doniphan \\hile our feet still cling to the heavy clay.

V the Kansas City convention, KIDNEYS, LIVER Neb, says: \\mg> for the angels/ but feet for the men!
"1 suffered from catarrh for We -
but before for he Baptist Church many way-ye
leaving Europe AND BOWELS years, but since I have been taking Pe- / e't

left his card for 8: ;,000 to assist Sunday school at 9:45: a. m. J. G. ru-na I feel strong and \\ell. I would pray. I

the democratic spell-binders in THE SYSTEM Spurlin, superintendent. advise all people to try Pe-ru-na. As 1 But our feet must rise, or we fall again. t

EANSES Prayer meeting every Wednesday at used Pe-ru-naand Man-a-lin while I\\a- Only in dreams is a ladder thrown

the campaign., EFFECTUALLY 7:15: p. m.Visitors'are. passing through the change of life, I am From the weary earth to the sapphire walls; 2P
But tht-
dreams depart and the vision falls.
?L S positively convinced your beneficial

W. A. Milliken, says the Pen S N E S always welcome. remedies have relieved me from all my And the deeper wakes on his pillow of
0LD
G a S Ills." heaven is not reached at a :single bound stone'l Aa
.f
sacola Journal has sued Martin 1 ADa Vr
wry But we build the ladder by which we r
Grace Episcopal Church Pe-ru-na has raised more women from
II. Sullivan: the timber king of OVERCOMES From the lowly earth to the vaulted skies.
beds of biekness- and set them to work
QAT10N And jve mount to its summit, round by
Florida, for $100,000 commission I I :i Services every Sunday at 11 a. m. again than any other remedy. Pelvio round -.I. U. Holland

on the sale of :i3UooO; acres of !I A B I T lAL! 0 I and 7:30: I p. m., except on third Sun- catarrh is the bane of womankind. Pe-

PERMANENTLY j days when the second! service is held ru-na is the bane of catarrh in all forms DISSOLUTION NOTICE
timber land in this state and Ala-
ITS t0 GfT ': at Orange Lake at 3 I p. m. arid stage Mrs.l'ol.Ifamilton'olumr

bama to the Russell A. Alger tHEpj effECTS. I Communion every first Sunday at bus,O., bays: I recommend Pe-ru-na ta Notice is hereby given that J. A.

syndicate, the amount of the sale il a. m.SlInllay. women, believing it to be especially Pittman and Peter McIntyre, doing
beneficial then" LIPPMAN BROS.. Proprietors' ,
BUT THE GENUINE MAM'F 0 ByKR to
exceeding $1,000,000. school at 9:30: a. m. business under the firm name of Pitt- Druggists. Llppman'i Block. SAVANNAH-.
Send for a free book written by Dr.llartman .
I SYvr@ Seats free and all are welcome.C. man & MCIntyre" is this day dissolvedby l Ocala -
I l entitled Health and Beauty. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, Fla.
M. Gray, Rector. mutual consent!: J. A. Pittman purchasing -
Address Dr. Hartman Columbus
Editor B.B. Tatum, of that up- ,0g% tk't 4a"c <<'sco Ne r v 4krb ,0. ; the interest of Peter Mcln

Su Ey 16&3 PML SLc ecmt.
to-date and splendid weekly pa- Christian Church tyre. All obligations of Pittman &

per, the Miami Metropolis, spent I SHERIFF'S SALE Mclntyre are to be assumed by J. A. Kodol

the week In Jacksonville tellingthe I ANNOUNCEMENTSFor Sunday, school at 9:45: a. m. II. C. Pittman, and all acounts due the old

Groves, superintendent.Preaching Under and by virtue of an execution
firm
delegates what a big tune are to be divided equally between
issued out of and under the seal of the
County Treasurer at 11 a. m. and 7:45: p. m. Pittman and Mclntyre as collected.J. .
they will have there July 4th. A circuit court in and for Marion county,
Morning subject: "A Character A. Pittman, Cure
I
barbecued dinner to feed. !5,000 I hereby announce myself a, a candidate for Fla. dated 5 1S98. in Dyspepsia
.January
rc- Ifction to the ollice of County Treasurerof ; Study. Evening; : "Cumulative Proofsof a certain P. Mclntyre.

souls almost stampeded Marion County, subject' to the action of the cause wherein T. C. Etheridge) is
hungry :: democratic party Very respectfully, the Divinity of Jesus Christ, being Ocala, Fla., June 5, 1900. what eat.It

the convention. As it is, A II. (.iitUHS. the second sermon in the series on plaintiff and Joseph B. Enecks is defendant Digests you .

the Divinity of Christ. I have levied on and will, on artificially digests the food and aids
promised to assist in the I : candidate for
many hen-liy announce myself as a Nature in strengthening and reconstructing
the active of county treasurer of Marion Junior Y. P. S. C. K. at 3:30 p. m. Monday, July 2, 1900, the exhausted digestive or-
celebration.
county !subject to the action: of the democracyof CASTORIAFor I
the ("lUnt):: (i. J. :MRO/.IKK, Miss Nettie Sharpe leader.Y. the gans. It is the latest discovered digest-
same being a legal sales ,
d-w-w Blitchton, Fla. nay ant and tonic. No other preparation
P. S. C. E. atI p. m. Infants and Children.
and during the legal hours of it In efficiency. It Instantly -
Just Gen. Joe can approach
as soon as
Wheeler was commissioned a for I refs trasurerut'etfully Marion announce county myself, subject a candidate to the I Prayer meeting every Wednesday sale offer for sale at the court The Kind You Have Always Bought relieves and permanently cures

al"ti'JI1c.f the democratic party. evening. horse door in Ocala, Florida, and Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,

brigadier general in the United Tiiov i K. I'A>TEI-K. Eureka. The public} is cordially invited to all sell to the highest and best: bidder, Bears theStgaature A +-# Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
and
States Army, he asked the presi- services. W. 'I 11. Coleman, for cash, the following real es- of #P all Sick other HeadacheGastralgiaCramps results of imperfect digestion.

For the LegislatureI Minister.St. .
dent to send him to China. Whenit a tate in Marion: county, Florida, to-wit: Price 5oc.and$1. Large size contains! :2'/i times

to Gen. announce myself a candidate for the leis.; Four acres bounded by Electric street, Email bi/e.Book all about dyspepsia free
comes belligerency attire niibjecl to the decision of the democratic James' Episcopal Church A THROUGH SLEEPERVia Prepared by E. C. OeWIT7* CO Chicago-
Wheeler is full-blown pally. I II. A. :SMITH, :l. 1)., south by Main street: west by Spring
a

expansionist __ .lnthonyFla.lwreby Sunday School 10 a. m. street and South Seminary street, Anti Monopoly Drugstore, Ocala, Fla.

though a life-long demo- I announce myself as a candidate for Morning prayer and sermon, 11 a. block 2, range 4, East Spring street the F. C. & P. From Tampa to New

crat. He will have charge of the legislature lor Marion county, subject to m. south of Main street; 4 acres bounded York TAX DEED NOTICE
the action of the democratic party.!
the department of the lakes, with \V. J. CiiA.MBLKa.OraiiKC Lake. Even song and sermon, 7:30: p. m. north by Kelly street, west by J. S. Beginning .June 2 a through sleeperwill
Office of Clerk of Circuit Court
,
headquarters at Chicago.Rev. Communion, first Sunday at 11 a. m. Monroe, south by Dell street, north- I be operated from Tampa to New

At the rei\ie-t| "f many friend, I allnuUII'f'1II'l Other Sundays but second at 7:30.:; of county of Marion, Florida.
east quarter southeast quarter, section York via F. C. & P. and Seaboard Air
--- -- --- a candidate for the legislature, subjectto To Alachua Phosphate Company:
the action\ of the democrats of Marion Week days: Wednesday, litany at 2!I>, township 11, range 23: ; east Line to Richmond and double daily
J. C. Porter returned this county in the primaries. Whereas John M. Graham, trustee,
1v. K. /KWADKI.I : 10 a. m. Friday, even song and address half of northeast quarter section :3C: through trains Jacksonville to New ,..a.7fiO .
Jacksonvillewherehe has to tax certificate No.
from me
morning p
7:30:: p. m. Saints' days: 7:30: a. township llv range 23; northwest York via same route. Trains 10 and resented
did for the John respectfully announce myself a candidate I sale of July 2, 1891, covering the
good service m. A. G. Coombs, quarter: of southeast quarter (except 14
making connection No. 14
for the 1 legislature subjt-ct, to the action of the carry- following land in said county of Marion
B. Stetson University and his democratic party CHUUES B. :MII.IKR: Priest in charge. 5 acres square shape in southwest corner ing through sleeper.
Standard to-wit: East half of southeast
paper, the Florida Baptist Witness ), section 2U, township 11, range
MOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIR quarter and southwest quarter of
It I present my, name 11'I.. candidate for the :24 ; east half of northeast quarter and '
during convention week. legislature_ subject to the action of the democratic The Chinese ask, "How is your southeast quarter section 33, township
of Marion Regulates the Liver, Stomach, Bowels southwest quarter of northeast quarter -
county.
is the best week's work he has party S. J. McUll-LY. Fellowship. liver?" instead of "How do you do?" 15 south, range 19 east, 132 acres, and
>
of half
and KidneysFor northeast quarter and east
accomplished since he has been In for when the liver is active the health upon said certificate has demanded
of northeast
quarter of southeast quar-
the business. Of Mr. For Tax Assessor biliousness, constipation and is good. DeWitt's Little Early Risers from me a tax deed to said land.
course, ter and south half of !southeast: quarter -:
malaria. famous little for the stomach Therefore, take notice that after the
I present my name a* a candidate for ret'ln.tion are pills
Porter is a Jennings man and hispaper to the ollice of tax as!essor for Marion except 2 acres in square shape in
For indigestion sick and nervous and bowels. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.Buy expiration of thirty days from the date
county,subject to the action of the democratic -
southwest and southeast
credited with corner quarter -
is being the party. J. (J. MATHKW.S: headache.For of this notice, unless you shall have redeemed
of southeast! quarter and 4 acres in $75 Franklin
lira a typewriter on
in
journal the state to
sleeplessness, nervousness, paid land in accordance with
present t my name us a candidate!: for tax square shape in southwest corner of payments. No better or more
announce his all-around qualifications assessor of Marion county, Mibjeet to the heart failure and nervous prostration.For easy law, it is my intention to issue a tax
north half of southwest quarter of durable machine made. For
particulars
action of the democratic
and naming him for that Ju T party L\SCSHItO'ala. fever, chills, debility and kidney deed to the said J. :M. Graham, trustee -
;; I I
northeast section 30 township
quarter, and to see the machine in dailyuse
diseases. take Lemon Elixir. for the said land in accordance
ollice, but does not approveof 11, range 24; northwest quarterof call at this office.
I am a candidate; for the oil'.ce: ; of tax as-essor Ladies, for natural and thorough or- with the provisions of chapter 4C74,
some of the despicable methods southeast quarter, less 1 acre in
for Maiion ei'untysubject to the Democraticprimaries
ganic regulation, take Lemon Elixir. Fatal mistakes made those laws of Florida. Dated June 9, 1900.S. .
iSelieuiiK that the eastern of are by ..
part 30
used his adversaries in at- southwest corner, section township
by the county t should !have atlra.-toue county Fifty cents and $1 a bottle at drug who do not heed the earlier T. Sistrunk,
ollicer, I a,;k the support of the people! 11. range 21 ; west half of northwest symptomsof
Mr. Jen-
to
tempting accomplish JOHN M. UK.UIAM. gists.:; kidney or bladder trouble that often Clerk Circuit Court
quarter of northeast quarter and
mng's defeat. \Vhen men haveto Prepared only by Dr. H. Mozley, Atlanta end in Bright's disease or diabetes.
For ClerkI southwest quarter of northeast quarter
resort to using a weapon I County Ga. and southeast quarter of southeast When Foley's Kidney Cure makes the TAX DEED NOTICE

against an opponent., and that I re-elt hereby'ctiun to announce the ollice myself of county a candidate clerk, subject for GratitudeDr. quarter and southeast quarter of Kidneys well, how foolish it is to Whereas, Mrs. F. L. Mayo has presented -

to the action of the democratic party.S. DELAY.
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
consists of the accident of a southwest quarter and northeast -
T. SisTki SK. quarter to me tax certificate Xo. 233,
Sir Since
H. Mozley-Dear :
man's birth and the name given For Tax Collector using your Lemon Elixir I have never of southeast quarter, less lO'a \\'antell-To exchange for farming city sale of September Cth, 1897 cityof

him by his parents in christening had another attack of those fearful acres in southwest corner and 2 acres grazing or timber} lands a $30,000 new Ocala, covering the following landin

him, then indeed is there! a lame- re-election 1 hereby to announce the ollice myself of tax a collector candidate: subject fill sick headaches and thank God that I in square shape in northwest corner : and modern, good income business Marion county, Florida, to-wit:

to the action of the democratic party.K and northwest quarter of southeast 14.72 chains
property ((00x135; feet) in thriving Commencing at a point ;
ness, weakness and a prejudicethat 1' TllAiAKI have at last found a medicine that will ,
quarter, less 5 acres, section 31, town city. Address John Schmid, Olney, east of and 6.32 chains south of northeast
cure those awful spells.
has no right to exist in a For SheriffI ship 11, range :24; north half of north Illinois. corner block 35; Caldwell's addition
tars Etta W. Jones.
cosmopolitan state like Florida, am a candidate for re-elect'on to the office West east quarter and west half of south- south 4.91 chains, cast C.32
Parkersburg Virginia.
of sheriff, subject to the action of the demo of Call on J. C. Maughs, city ticket
east quarter and southeast quarter
and the Star, for one, is pleasedto ('ruticpartY.llnd respectfully make thI5tatl"mt'ut chains, north fc.07 chains, west :.16

think the majority of that deliberate to the voter.oi Marion county. Mozley's Lemon ElixirI southwest quarter section :32, town- agent Plant System, Ocala House, for chains, booth :3.16 chains, west 3.16

I' H. Xl'GKST. ship 11, range 24 ; S acres in south summer excursion tickets now on sale chains, and upon said certificate has
political body rose
supe- Superintendent of Public Instruction suffered with indigestion and dysentery west quarter of southwest quarter, via the Plant System at very low ratesto demanded from me a tax deed.

rior to such narrowness and pro- for two long years. I heard of section 52. township 11, range 24, as the principal points and lesorts in Therefore, after the expiration of
the action of the democratic
.subject to
vincialism and placed thereon the party, I hereby announce myself a candidate Lemon Elixir; got it; have taken described in deed from Woolhopter to North Carolina, Virginia, etc. Tickets thirty days from the date of this notice

stamp of disapproval by namingMr. of re-election 1'ublic liiitiuftion to the ollice and.superintendent respectfully: ask I seven bottles and am now a well man. Enecks in Deed Book CO on page 703; limited for the round trip passage until unless redeemed, it is my intention

Jennings tor the high office the support of the citi/tensof Marion county. Harry Adams. and west half of northwest quarter of October 31. Complete informationmay to issue a tax deed to the said
XV. D. L'ARX: u
to which he honorably aspires. Xo. 1734 First avenue, Birmingham, section 33, township 11, range 24 east. I he obtained, also literature and lands. Dated May 28, 1900.

For Justice of the PeaceI Ala. Sold to satisfy said execution and I unlmer Homes" folders giving full S. T. Sistrnnk,

am 11 candidate for re-election to the office! costs. Perry H. Nugent, particulars about the best hotels, Clerk Circuit Court.
MILLIONS GIVEN AWAYIt of of the for lIi"lril't0.; l.ai.d .
Elixir
justice: i cacc Mozley's Lemon Sheriff Marion County, Florida. boarding houses, etc.
() .alai ask the friends.T. .
( ( ; : upp..rt..f my ------- -

is certainly gratifying to the public U CUWH.IW Cured my husband, who was afflictedfor Embroid
A handsome line of Laces, Claret ice at Garrett & Gerig's fountain
to know of in the land years with large ulcers on his leg, COPARTNERSHIP DISSOLUTIONNotice
one concern
and Ribbons
For Member of School BoardI eries. Insertions just received is cooling, these hot days; in fact
.
who are not afraid to be generous to and was cured after using two bottles at M. Fishel's. the ices that they are putting across

the needy and suffering. The proprietors am a candidate for re-election to membership ; and cured- : a frft'fed whom the doc- is hereby given that the co
on the Board of Public Instruction from the counter hit the thirsty spots. Ko
of Dr. King's New Discovery for district :\0.3, subject to the democratic primaries tors had given up to die, who had suf- partnership heretofore existing he-I New California Perfumes: just re
: and solicit the support of my friends member the place.
Consumption} Coughs and Colds have e'l..ctfullr B. l.IIrLL. fered for years with indigestion and tween C. H. Rice and J. T. Moore, under ceived. Palo Alto Pink just the rage,

given away over ten million trial bottles uteri ous prostration. ) the firm name and style of Rice & at the Anti-Jionopoly Drugstore See the new shirt waist sets at Burt -

of this great medicine, and have For County Surveyor Mrs. E. A. Beville. Moore, doing business::; at Ocala. Florida ntU's.Boys'.
Headquarters for men's Banister
the satisfaction of knowing it has absolutely I am a candidate for the otiioof county Woodstock, Ala.A is this: day dissolved by mutual
surveyor of Marion county subject to the : shoes-for style, durability and price Knee Pants {GO cents per pair,
cured thousands of hopeless democracy J. r.. MoKEilE.\l consent. i 1 Rheinauer & Co.'s.
they have no equal-at Rheinauer's. at
l'ases.sthma.. Bronchitis, Hoarse- Card The said Moore conveys his interestin !

ness and all diseases of the Throat, For County Judge the business and assets of the said I Gents' furnishing goods in endless Ladies' Waists in the latest French

Chest and Lungs are surely cured by I am a candidate fur re-election to the office For nervous and sick headache, indigestion copartnership to the said Rice and variety, at Rheinauer's.Lime Patterns at M. Fishel's.
of county prolate judge, subject to the support
biliousness and constipation -
it. Call on Garrett & Gerig, Ocala, of the dem.K-racy. R. BCLLoCK the said Rice assumes the payment of t
(of which I have been a great sufferer I I Juice and Pepsin i the new For Sale-A new piano. Easy pay-
All debts due
and get a 10-cent trial bottle. Regular the firm indebtedness.
1 hereby announce myself a candidate for ) I have never found a medicine drink, at Garrett & Gerig's fountain. ments. Inquire at this office.
size, 50 cents and $1. Every bot- county ju" ". subject to democratic action, the firm will be paid to the said Rice.

tIc guaranteed or price refunded. and re x-cifully ask the support of all participating that would give such pleasant prompt This seventh day of .June,,.\. I). 1&OO. It is palatable, and aids digestion. Hammocks, mosquito netting, lace
.
in the {II nRI
priinaritJ: $-" > Dr. H. Motleys
Sold by all druggists. and permanent relief as John T. Moore, Trunks and satchels will be a necessary curtains, window shades, at Rhein-_
Lemon Elixir. J. P. Sawtell.
A fatal policy is to neglect a backache C. B. Rice. part of your summer outing. auer's.Xunnally's.
i I Publisher Morning Call, Griffin, Ga.
S. II. Baldwin Columbus Ga., or other sign of kidney trouble. You will find them to your liking at

writes*: I occasionally give a Teeth. Foley's Kidney Cure is a sure remedyfor Soda water and fresh Jersey milk Rheinauer's. candies, always fresh,

ina Powder to keep my teething child's Bri ight's disease: diabetes and Foley's Honey and Tar and ctearn every day, at the Hole in and only CO cents per pound, at Gar
wash rett & Gerig's Drug! tore.THESTAR .
I Rheinauer leads in goods. >
lums; softened gravel. Anti-Monopoly Drugstore. heals lungs and stops the cough. the Wall.




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